Maybe that open office plan is a little too open because you’re spending a lot less of your leisure time with your co-workers. For decades, it’s been increasingly clear that you’re just not that into them. “In 1985, about half of Americans said they had a close friend at work; by 2004, this was true for only 30 percent.” Maybe that number continues to fall because we now come to work with our entire social networks in our pockets. We don’t need to find friends at work because we bring our existing friends with us. Or maybe the explanation is even more simple. When you have Slackbot, who needs friends?